Vancouver, British Columbia reminds me a lot of my hometown of San Francisco in many ways. However, the difference I’m noticing this October is in the weather; we get fog and Vancouver gets rain. Today I’m coming to you from Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, this is the third and current Hotel Vancouver, officially opened in 1939 by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Originally built and opened by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1888, you’ll notice a subtle train theme through the hotel. From the framed artwork in the lobby hallways to the Notch 8 restaurant, a term used in train lingo referring to when locomotives reach top traveling speed.
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver in Downtown
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